The end of a long drive and a long day. High Falls is always worth it.
The tinny horn was a welcome alert.
Early morning in Olean Yard. Thanks to the hospitality of the WNYP.
The 215 and mate have replaced the slug set as yard goats for Proctor. Here they are shuttling 86 cars around. Nice running into missabefan and kmad on the bridge.
Ore empties head into the sunset.
A brisk February afternoon at Proctor Yard.
A busy Sunday morning at Selkirk with lots of power shuffling around.
Two SD40-2s and a TEBC6 head off for hump duty as storms surround the Twin Cities.
A beautiful morning to be heading south along the Hudson.
ES44DC leads a long MRF over Route 2 in Munger. This train let out of Pokegama. I had hoped for an over and under with an empties train heading out of Proctor shortly before I got to my perch. ... (more)
On a clear day atop Skyline drive, you can see for miles and miles and miles and miles. Oh yea, and the Rice's Point switchers working the evening shift.
Sitting just outside of Keenan Yard, CN503-98, nah! it is still in maroon and gold so this American Crane is DMIR X-19.
There is something to this ominous day--I catch the Northshore Mining on the way back to Babbit, but leased power is in the lead. No blue NSM on the nose. Oh Well, you make your own luck. Next ... (more)
Rounding the curve, soon to going under the old DW&P, at Munger.